Covent Garden Wooden Box

Circa 1910's - 1920's Covent Garden Flower Box
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Covent Garden Flower Box

Fabulous Covent Garden wooden flower boxes that once served a purpose of distributing fresh cut flowers. They have been sympathetically waxed.

Circa 1910's/1920's J & E Page Ltd.  The history of The Page Group can be traced to the middle of the last century, when Matthew Page a grower decided to sell his own products in Covent Garden. His sons, John and Edward Page continued to develop the sales side of their father's business until, in the 1920s

Many uses: magazine storage, tidy shoes for the hallway, maybe even pack your Christmas decs away until next year. My favorite idea to use one of these is to store wine and keep it in the garage for instant chilled wine


Measurements are approximately:  33½ inches in length, 16 inches wide and 6 inches in depth